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Onads Communications adds Indiabulls Securities to its kitty

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Onads Communications adds Indiabulls Securities to its kitty

Onads Communications has won the Indiabulls Securities account. According to industry sources, the account size is pegged at around Rs 10-15 crore.

Confirming the win to exchange4media, Jignesh Maniar, Founder, Onads Communications, said, “It is a great win for us and I feel it is great to work with an Indian corporate like Indiabulls. We are really looking forward to working on the brand. It is great that they have entrusted us to work on the brand and partner with us in their marketing objectives.”

He further said, “We won as we have a strong understanding of the category, we understand the business of stock broking really well, and we can provide interesting creative solutions for the brand.”

It is a 360 degree initiative involving television, print, outdoor and digital.

Indiabulls Securities is a leading stock broker offering online stock trading, Internet trading & share trading, derivative trading, and futures and options, among other services.

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